SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Neil Golub, president and chief executive officer of Price Chopper Supermarkets here, is scheduled to receive a Compassionate Action Award from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals after pulling the chain's sponsorship of a lion-and-tiger show at the Champlain Valley Fair. Price Chopper canceled its sponsorship after learning the show would involve a circus-like act, rather than the petting zoo it said it thought it had agreed to sponsor, saying it objected to the ...
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